Jane Fonda Quotes and its meanings

Jane Fonda has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

Age Alone Business Education Family Freedom Future Government Health Movies Parenting Peace Politics Relationship Teen War Wisdom

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What does Jane Fonda write about?

Jane Fonda has written on many topics but he is most famous for his work about age, alone, business, education, family, freedom, future, government, health, movies, parenting, peace, politics, relationship, teen, war & wisdom. People always share Age quotes, Alone quotes, business, education, family, freedom, future, government, health & movies from his literary works.

What are the top most famous quotes by Jane Fonda?

Here are the top most famous quotes by Jane Fonda.

  • It's hard for women at my age in Hollywood, but I'm not discouraged.
  • We're still living with the old paradigm of age as an arch. That's the old metaphor: You're born, you peak at midlife and decline into decrepitude.
  • We can no longer waste time and money. Every day, more than 2,000 girls in America, age 15-19, give birth - in the wealthiest, most educated nation in the world! Neither you nor I should accept this statistic.
  • I'm a very brave person. I can go to North Vietnam, I can challenge my government, but I can't challenge the man I'm with if means I'm going to end up alone.
  • If the career you have chosen has some unexpected inconvenience, console yourself by reflecting that no career is without them.
  • If adolescent pregnancy prevention is to become a priority, then our strategy, as advocates, must contain two key elements: civic engagement and education.
  • Our youth deserve the opportunity to complete their high school and college education, free of early parenthood. Their future children deserve the opportunity to grow up in financially and emotionally stable homes. Our communities benefit from healthy, productive, well-prepared young people.
  • I remember saying goodbye to my father the night he left to join the Navy. He didn't have to. He was older than other servicemen and had a family to support but he wanted to be a part of the fight against fascism, not just make movies about it. I admired this about him.
  • I feel like my honesty gives people the freedom to talk about things they wouldn't otherwise.
  • Think about it: Reducing crime and poverty and ensuring that we have an educated, stable work force has a direct effect on you and me and the future of our country.